Cavani determined to repay Valencia faith
Edinson Cavani is relishing a new challenge in LaLiga after agreeing to join Valencia.
The striker had been linked with the likes of Villarreal, Real Sociedad and Nice after his Manchester United contract expired.
Cavani has opted to join Gennaro Gattuso's side on a free transfer and arrived in Valencia to undergo a medical on Monday.
The 35-year-old Uruguay international is raring to go as he prepares to start another chapter of what has been an illustrious career.
He told reporters: "We are going to see how everything goes in the next few hours and I am happy to come here.
"I have been a bit out of [speaking to] the press, because it has been a decision that was important to me.
"What is [important] is that Valencia have given me a lot of confidence and I will try to give him everything on my part to be able to leave a good image in this club and the best of me."
The former Paris Saint-Germain frontman added: "I wanted to be here and play in Spain and Valencia has opted for me.
"It is something that I have already said before, you have to go where they love you, where they show you love, because in reality you live from that, from the strength of the people, from the affection of the club, we come with a lot of desire and enthusiasm."
Cavani scored 12 goals in 41 Premier League appearances during a two-year spell at Old Trafford.
His 200 goals for PSG, meanwhile, make him their all-time top goalscorer.